Asset type Commodity and Currency
Aims to run investment trust assets in a way to make the volatility of the net asset value per share similar to the volatility of S&P GSCI Grains Select Index Excess Return, which is the underlying index. Calculated by Standard & Poor's, S&P GSCI Grains Select Index Excess Return represents the trend of the agriculture futures price of four issues of wheat, corn and soybean, listed on CBOT.
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Refers to the current value of future income generated from investments into bonds discounted at an appropriate discount rate.
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Net Asset Value (NAV): Net Asset Amount refers to the assets of the ETF less the liabilities the ETF has to pay. This total Net Asset Amount divided by the total number of securities in the ETF is called the Base Price or Net Asset Value (NAV). In other words, NAV refers to the ETF per share value. It is announced once a day based on the closing market prices from the previous day.
Indicative NAV (iNAV): Value of the ETF calculated in real-time, reflecting the current price of the assets the ETF holds. Investors make their trades with reference to this price. As such, ETF transaction prices usually form approximate to the iNAV. Depending on the sentiment of market participants, however, the transaction price may be higher than the iNAV (overvaluation), or conversely lower than iNAV (undervaluation).
down 244 (-2.35%)
Trading Volume (shares)
* as of Feb 25, 2021
S&P GSCI Grains Select Index Excess Return
The S&P GSCI Grains Select Index is designed to reflect the performance of the largest commodity for each component included in the S&P GSCI Grains.View index information in detail
|Net Assets||15 (billion)||Base Currency||KRW|
|Inception Date||June 13, 2017||General
(AP : 0.020%, Manager fee : 0.490%, Trustee Fee : 0.020%, General Administrator Fee : 0.020%)
|Dividend||No dividend distribution||Related
Samsung Asset Managementcompliance review No.2017-159 (2017.06.13)